Experience the true thrill of the hunt! More complete, fun and realistic than ever, the Hunting Challenge series has earned a reputation as the best hunting simulation for consoles. Realistic animal behaviour, a variety of environments, weapons, animals, hunting plans, equipment and skills to unlock, online leaderboards, training in shooting at fixed and moving targets… all are brought together to offer a unique gaming experience which will delight experienced and novice hunters as well as players just looking to experience something new. Main Features • Three game modes: - Hunting season: obtain new hunting licenses and unlock new skills - Shooting range: train at ball-trap, duck shooting, fixed or moving targets, and compare your scores with your friends - Hunting weekend: freely explore the hunting region of your choice and participate in several activities (using a hunting hide, jump shooting, stalking…) • Five environments: the Eubenangee Swamp, the Hossack plains, Mount Aspiring
Very innacurate representation of Australia. Much more akin to America, possibly Europe. We are an incredibly dry continent, such lush forestland is entirely atypical of an Australian hunting environment. We have little grass, though theres a bunch of spinifex and weeds if that counts. The animal list is so far removed from reality, Vultures do not even exist in Australia.
Dog mechanic clunky and annoyingly a big focus of the game as you spend alot of time tracking which wouldnt be too much of a problem if the shooting was satisfying but it isn't at all. Very simple and arcadey feeling but I guess thats the point.
Playing a well polished realistic Hunting game such as The Hunter has probably ruined me seeing as basically every other Hunting game ever made is either extremely arcadey and mindless such as the Cabella series for casual players or has very poor production and gameplay value like Hunting Unlimited which is in my oppinion better than the majority of hunting games
If you dig simple point and shoot hunting games go for it, not my cup of tea